- Maria Francisca Gonçalves © MFG
Maria Francisca Gonçalves joined Sciences Po’s School of International Affairs (PSIA) in 2021 with a bachelor in international relations from the Portuguese Universidade Portucalense in hand. Two years after, she will leave France for Mali holding a master's degree in International Security and the Advanced Certification in Gender Studies.
- Sasha Milanova at the graduation ceremony © SM
After completing high school in Sofia, Bulgaria, Sasha Milanova decided to join the Sciences Po Dijon Campus, to follow the European Union, Central and Eastern Europe minor. This led her to join the Paris School of International Affairs to pursue a Master in International Governance and Diplomacy along with the Advanced Certification in Gender Studies. Her story.
- Kendall Wells at the graduation ceremony © KW
From Ottawa, Canada, to Paris, France, via Nairobi, Kenya, Kendall Wells travels from one continent to another with a constant motivation: to act for human rights. She has just obtained her Sciences Po master's degree in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action along with the Advanced Certification in Gender Studies. She tells us about her journey.
- Louise Francezon is a graduate in History from Sciences Po © LF
Each year, the French Association for the Development of Women’s and Gender History awards the Mnemosyne Prize to a master's thesis. Louise Francezon, a recent graduate in History from the Sciences Po School of Research, has just won the 2022 edition. She tells us more about her master’s thesis.
- Aurora Pinelli and Indian delegate Rima Kumari. © AP/ Fora
Raised in Sicily, Italy, Aurora Pinelli completed her undergraduate studies in a dual degree in European social and political studies, at both Sciences Po, in Paris, and University College London. Now a Master’s student in Economic Law at the Sciences Po Law School, she tells us more about her commitment to gender equality issues, in particular her experience as the Italian Delegate during the Fora Global Summit.
- Alexane Guérin, a PhD student in political theory at Sciences Po (crédits : DR)
Alexane Guérin, a PhD student in political theory at Sciences Po's School of Research and the Center for International Research (CERI) was recently awarded a grant by the City of Paris to conduct field work on gender issues. She tells us more about her research on restorative justice in rape cases.
- Aysegül Bayar Hildgen graduated in June 2022 © ABH
Aysegül Bayar Hildgen first crossed paths with Sciences Po in 2015: she was then working in a research centre in Istanbul, Turkey, assessing the impact of development projects on gender equality, and took part in the Sciences Po Women of the Mediterranean programme (designed to develop the skills of young women involved in promoting gender equality in Mediterranean countries). Six years later she came back to school, in the heart of the historic Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood, to complete a one-year executive Master in Advanced Global Studies. Her story.
- A person is crocheting © Diego Pontes / Pexels
During the 2021-2022 academic year, Eva, Isabella, Martina, Qin, and Sreya, Sciences Po Graduate Students, are studying migrant and refugee women's economic inclusion through craftwork with the nonprofit Nest in the framework of the Women Forward International programme.
- Sauvegarde des fonds au Centre d'Histoire © Caroline Maufroid / Sciences Po
On September 30 and October 1, 2021, the Sciences Po Centre for History helds an international interdisciplinary conference on Gender and Materiality in Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th century. Anna Sidorevich, Justina Smalkyte, Ph.D. students at the Sciences Po Centre for History, and Iva Jelušic, Ph.D. student at Central European University, tell us all about this Junior Colloquium they orchestrate.
- Two stacks of books on a table, Reims campus, 2020 © Paul Rentler / Sciences Po
How is gender-based and sexual violence characterized? How do we measure it? How are organisations, justice and public policies addressing it? Six extensive interviews with social scientists shedding light on these questions.